Current Official Hourly Observation (taken at :53 on the hour)
Current Radar Loop
Temps Next 36 Hours (auto-updating)
Tonight – Some Rain – 10 PM 57
The HRRR predicts an hour-long shower to fly by around 7PM – 8PM tonight. Rain totals will be small and no lightning is expected. Undeterred, I’m taking my son to see LSU at @VandyBaseball tonight.
After gusting as high as 32 mph today, the SW wind should die down after dark.
Saturday – Decreasing Sun, but Dry; Rain Likely Very Late – AM Low 46, PM High 67
Partly sunny skies in the morning will cloud up by the evening. Evening rain is possible, but we’ll most likely see it around midnight and into the wee hours Sunday morning.
Sunday – AM T’Storm Possible, Almost 1″ Rain – AM Low 52, PM High 55
Most of the rain should fall Sunday morning:
The timing on this isn’t rock-solid, but right now most of the models suggest most of the rain will fall Sunday morning. A few thunderstorms may mix in, but right now there are no strong/severe thunderstorm concerns.
Some showers may linger into the afternoon. By then, your soccer or baseball practices will be rained out. Some drizzle could hang around Sunday night into Monday morning. Winds will turn around and start blowing from the NE, then N, sending in colder temps.
The Weather Prediction Center has us down for under 1″ of rain Sunday. Our NWS agrees, forecasting 0.82″ total.
Some of the models suggest that as the rain pulls east Sunday night, the temps might fall enough to drop a few snowflakes. If it happens (a big IF), anything that falls will be light and of no concern. Melting will happen fast with Monday’s high of 46.
Extended NWS Forecast
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